Grateful Dead Live at Stanley Theatre on 1972-09-28
Beat It On Down The Line
Brown Eyed Women
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Black Throated Wind
Don't Ease Me In
The Promised Land
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider
Playing In The Band
Greatest Story Ever Told
Me And My Uncle
Ramble On Rose
He's Gone ->
The Other One ->
Me And Bobby McGee ->
The Other One ->
Not Fade Away ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Not Fade Away
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Stanley TheatreLocation Jersey City, NJSource SBD -> Master Reel -> Cassette -> Dat -> CDLineage CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.1 -> FLACTransferred by Charlie Miller
1st Gen AUD supplies:
Truckin' (complete track)
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo (3:59 - 5:51)
I Know You Rider (3:19 - end of track)
-- All disc changes are seamless
-- First few nothes of Bertha cut
-- I couldn't find a patch for the cut in The Other One
-- Numerous flaws cleaned up
January 27, 2016
A Real Hidden Gem
This is a really spectacular show IMO. The sound is great and all instruments are clearly audible. Forget about Keef and Woody. Here is proof that Weir and Garcia (and Lesh) invented "weaving." The way they play off each other and respond to each other is beautiful. Show like this prove that Bobby is one of the most creative underappreciated rhythm guitarists of all time. I especially love to hear what he is playing when Garcia is singing. Not to mention listen to what Garcia is playing Behind Weir on songs like ElPaso and Bobbi McGee. Just one long continuous stream of beautiful notes. And there's even a Phil bass solo thrown in. Can't remember ever hearing one of those.
September 28, 2015
Excellent. Positively ***gorgeous*** sound - you can hear each instrument so clearly and balanced so well - this is Bobby's show, for sure - here's a perfect example as to why this man's playing was so integral to the sound - check Ramble on Rose, Other One, Brokedown (right after the 2nd verse).
There are a few patches here and there - if full AUD supplements aren't your thing, or unbalanced mixes get your deadhead undies in a bundle, start this one with BIODTL and you still have something like 200 minutes of prime, grade-A '72 Dead. Playin' and the Other One are both fascinating in their own right - Jerry doesn't go over the top, but stays rather low and controlled with that banjo-thing he does....both jams glide through lovely ethereal jazz.
Part of this show could very well have been released alongside 9/27, but hey, we got the LAMA - this is truly one of the prettiest soundboards from '72 I can remember. Listen for Keith somewhere deep into that maze on the Other One, that grand piano psychedelia....man oh man...
June 11, 2015
Beautiful show and great quality sound warranting 5 stars. But why did the vocals have to go out on Loser??? Every version of that song is precious and losing the vocals of a scorching version is some sort of cosmic joke. You can get the vocals off one of the aud versions at least. What a great run of shows! It also demonstrates hoe bad my voice is when i sing the missing vocals.
October 23, 2014
Really Good Show
My first thought on hearing this show was that it rivaled the Veneta, Oregon show from about a month earlier.
Of course, it doesn't have the perfect Dark Star. But that said, the China/Rider is excellent. And the Playin' has to be heard.
This show makes me feel good.
May 31, 2014
killer TOO, Bobby McGee and Wharf Rat
Did these shows take the place of the Capitol shows or what?
9/27 is way up there ie.
Deal, Bird Song, DS>Cumberland and Attics
September 29, 2013
Unbelievably good right from the beginning, AUD patched Truckin' and vocal-less Loser notwithstanding. Maybe the best first set I've heard from this period.
The second set doesn't seems as good at first, until we hit He's Gone. At that point, we're going over the moon!
Bobby is prominent in the mix, maybe because he's showcasing his new UniVibe pedal (that chorusy/phasey effect on his guitar). I love UniVibes.
Go Faster, Get Rounder
August 23, 2013
The Very, Very Top of the Zone
I can't think of a show that I like better than this one--hate to say favorite, but it would sure be my first pick if I had to choose just one. And that is a reasonably considered opinion: I have had a copy of it for 29 years -- it has NEVER gone out of regular rotation in that entire time.
What the other reviewers have said, I agree with. Most people are probably familiar with the high speed St. Stephen jam in the middle of Greatest Story--and that really smokes. A couple of tunes later, it starts happening. El Paso just cooks, then He's Gone. Easily the best version of He's Gone -- and nothing else even come close in my book.
Toward the end of the He's Gone Phil is laying down what almost seem like back beat notes--except they aren't notes: They are the most incredibly funky high speed runs I have ever heard him do. What Phil does during He's Gone makes me think of John Coltrane -- Down Beat magazine described his improvisations as "sheets of sound." To say Phil was feeling it this night is huge understatement: He is all over everything -- in the best possible way. I got to talk with Phil briefly when he was doing a book signing. I told him, quite honestly, that his playing playing in the Stanley Theater, Jersey City, 9/28/72 He's Gone was the coolest thing I had ever heard--to this day it makes me laugh with delight when I hear it--it is just too cool. (Phil indicated he didn't even remember it--I hadn't thought about it before then or before reading his book, but I guess I used to think they listened to their old shows--and Phil would remember what I was describing-- but I guess they didn't.)
It then goes into one of those everyday (not) Phil solos, which thunders straight into an unbelievably good The Other One -- which just jams - then they kind of harsh it out a bit--actually a lot--with Jerry doing tiger stuff -- and then out of those ashes comes a just unbelievably beautiful "Me and Bobby McGee" -- and the transition is truly seamless -- just breathtaking. Then back to "The Other One" -- more energy -- into Wharf Rat -- a really moving and beautiful version.
OK, I'll shut up. But if I have haven't been clear yet: It's good.
When Dick's Picks 11 came out, I truly had an agony and ecstacy moment: I really, really like 9/27 (I have two unopened extra copies of Dick's Picks 11 -- just in case something ever happens to my first copy, or its replacement), so I was really glad. But it was so close to being 9/28, but it wasn't--so that was a bit agonizing. Maybe someday . . . .
When BVD said that he went to all three Stanley Theater nights, the giant green monster invaded me -- jealous doesn't even begin to describe it. Too cool man--you saw the best.
And thank you Charlie Miller-- you have the Midas Touch. You are also one truly generous guy--and I know there are a lot of people who are truly grateful.
December 20, 2008
Thank You Mr. Charlie
Went to this three nite run and love em' all! Thanks to Mr. Miller this show indeeds shines. This would make a lovely boxed set.What a great time to be living in NYC. Probably saw the boys more in 72 than any other year. Seven nites at The Academy of Music...Roosevelt Stadium...Dillon Stadium in Hartford and the creme de la creme Stanley Theatre. Back then they would come east two, three times a year. Great TOO here.Check out DS>Cumberland from 9/27!